Plan your next Texas vacation with help from our TV segment "Texpeditions." We'll hit the highlights of the must-see, must-do, and must-eat places in cities all over the Lone State State.


TCR #1421 – 11/22/2014


Find yourself on new adventures in the oldest town in Texas.

Zip Nac

Oldtime String Shop

The Liberty Bell

Millard's Crossing

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Rio Grande Valley

TCR #1444 – 5/2/2015


You’ll find the best beaches in Texas in the Rio Grande Valley, along with a strong culture that goes back to our state’s origins.

Los Ebanos Ferry

Dolphin Watching

Little Graceland

Sandcastle Lessons

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Big Bend

TCR #1440 – 4/4/2015


It’s the most remote place in all of Texas, and there’s nothing else like a trip to Big Bend.

Big Bend Overland Tours

Terlingua Chili Cookoff

Boquillas Border Crossing

Lajitas Resort

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TCR #1436 – 3/7/2015


Lubbock is the central city of The South Plains, and has thrived thanks to agriculture and Texas Tech University.

Canada Geese Migration

Bayer Museum of Agriculture

Skyviews of Texas Tech

Stars & Stripes Drive-In

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TCR #1418 – 11/01/2014


Dallas. Big D. One half of “The Metroplex.” Home of the State Fair of Texas. There’s always something going on.


Dallas Arboretum

Jimmy's Food Store

The Sixth Floor Museum

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TCR #1415 – 10/11/2014


Abilene sits in the heart of the “Big Country,” and offers its own twist on art, history, and food.

Record Guys

The Grace Museum

Candies by Vletas

Frontier Texas

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TCR #1413 – 9/27/2014


It’s the biggest city in Texas, and there’s something for everyone.

Tour de Hood

Art Car Museum

Hank's Ice Cream

Johnson Space Center

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TCR #1393 – 5/10/2014


Over time Galveston has changed from a national capital of the Texas Republic, to a thriving port, to a tourist and vacation destination.

Pleasure Pier

La King's Confectionery

Tree Sculpture Tour

Colonel Bubbie's

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Fort Worth

TCR #1390 – 4/19/2014


Cowtown, Funkytown, Where the West Begins – No matter what you call it, Fort Worth is a city rich in modern activities and western heritage.

Japanese Garden

Paris Coffee Shop

Peters Bros Hats

Texas Civil War Museum

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El Paso

TCR #1388 – 4/5/2014


Don’t forget to change your watch to Mountain Time when you head to this city on the western tip of Texas.

Hueco Tanks State Park

The Little Diner

Rocketbuster Boots

Wyler Aerial Tramway

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TCR #1386 – 3/22/2014


Texas’ capital city, and one of the most unique places in the state. Love it or hate it, there’s nowhere else like Austin.

Texas State Cemetery

Nubian Queen Lola's

Moonlight Towers

6th Street

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San Antonio

TCR #1371 – 12/7/2013


It’s home to the number one tourist destination in the state, but San Antonio has lots more to see in addition to the Alamo.

Natural Bridge Caverns

The Alamo

Big Lou's Pizza

Cool Crest Miniature Golf

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Corpus Christi

TCR #1367 – 11/9/2013


Fish, swim, eat and explore in the cities of the Texas Coastal Bend.

Kemps Ridley Turtle Release

Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History

The Boiling Pot

Copano Bay Fishing Pier

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TCR #1362 – 10/5/2013


Amarillo is the central hub of the Texas Panhandle, known for its sprawling land, thriving cattle industry, and Western culture.

Palo Duro Canyon State Park & Historic Cabins

Historic Route 66

Big Texan Steak Ranch

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